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  • Pre-Budget Expectations from Education Leaders 2020

    The Union Budget 2020 is all set to be announced on 1 February 2020. The budget needs to be more focussed on healthcare, education and women’s issues as well to improve the country’s human development index. So in regards to the same, please find enclosed the quotes from Education industry experts Dr. RL Raina, Vice-Chancellor, JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur […]

    Budget 2020: Expectations of Real Estate Sector from Narendra Modi Government

    Manoj Gaur, MD, Gaurs Group and Chairman, Affordable Housing Committee, CREDAI We are looking at the upcoming Budget with great expectations as it might turn out to be a day when a lot of policy decisions can be announced to smoothen the functioning of the real estate sector. Last one year has already seen many […]

    Union Budget 2019 expectation quote by Mr. Vilas S Tawde, MD & CEO, Essar Oil & Gas Exploration and Production Limited

    Mr. Vilas S Tawde, Managing Director and CEO, Essar Oil Gas Exploration and Production Ltd. Removal of GST on Royalty payments to government – Royalty on minerals or mineral oil is a statutory levy under various Central or State legislations at rates specified on quantity of mineral or mineral oils quarried, mined, recovered, excavated or collected. The royalty payable […]

    JLL India – Union Budget 2020 Expectation

      Tax cuts, ease of liquidity, and measures to incentivize the homebuyers  Measures like an increase in limit under Sec 80C, reintroduction of long term infrastructure bond and tax free bonds by infrastructure companies will go a long way in providing the boost.   In the last couple of years, the real estate sector has […]

    Budget Expectations from the Auto Sector

    Atul Arya, Chair – Urban Mobility Panel, IET FoMT Focus   Shared Mobility Focus : Fleet operators operating Only Electric Fleets should be incentivized with lower rates of capital to ramp up the investment, Should be charged no GST for first year as they are adding new modes of transport and compete with unorganized sector […]

    Quotes by industry experts on budget expectations

     by Shashank Dixit, CEO, Deskera,  Bhavin Turakhia, Founder & CEO, Flock ,Bishan Jain, Director, Goldmedal Electricals and Kunal Lakhara, VP of Finance and Operations, Pocket Aces on budget expectations.  “I am very optimistic about this year’s Union Budget and believe that the primary focus should be on simplifying the GST filing process. This move will greatly benefit SMEs […]

    Pre-budget quote by Rajat Jain, CIO, Principal Mutual Fund

    “The Government should look at reviving consumption to help accelerate growth. The benefits available under Section 80 C can be potentially revised upwards as the Rs. 200,000 limit has remained static for a long time now. This would bring it in line with the increase in income over the years. Changes to the Long Term […]

    Budget Expectation – Nippon Paint India

    We expect Budget 2020 to walk a tightrope – there is need to push forward long-pending reforms and revive demand but also be fiscally prudent. With auto industry facing unprecedented slowdown, we are looking forward to demand-side measure that will pull the economy out of slump, provide much-needed relief to the sector and revive consumption. […]

    RAI recommendations for Budget 2020-2021

     by Kumar Rajagopalan, Chief Executive Officer, Retailers Association of India (RAI) on the budget recommendation for the Retail Industry: “There is a need to create a positive sentiment in the market. One of the measures required for that is to reduce the tax burden so that there’s more money in the hands of the middle class. The […]

    Quote_Pre-budget expectation of Hospitality Industry_Amatra Hotels & Resorts

    “With the upcoming Union Budget for 2020-21, we are looking forward to various reforms that would enable the industry to grow exponentially. While the government is aggressive across various global markets with the marketing of India as a tourism destination, it is imperative to focus internally and address issues around infrastructure, licensing, approvals and inconsistent […]